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Symptoms of an overtrained athlete
Signs of an overtrained athlete:
Physiological Considerations – HSC PDHPE
As a general rule, athletes should not be completing high intensity training every day. In order for physiological adaptations to occur training intensities should be in the relevant training zones and often need to only occur 3 times a week.
In order for physiological adaptations to occur training intensities should be in the relevant training zones and often need to only occur 3 times a week.
Large volumes of training at high intensity cause overtraining.
With a high volume of training at high intensities the athlete is more likely to suffer from overtraining, leading to poor performance, decreased motivation and higher risk of injuries.
The amount and intensity of training leads to overtraining when the athlete completes high intensity training too often.
Amount and Intensity of Training – HSC PDHPE
Overtraining is when an athlete does high intensity training, in high volumes. Often this comes in the athlete training too often and not including enough rest between sessions of high intensity. This affects their recovery and prevents physiological adaptations from occurring.Planning to avoid overtraining will help to improve performance as the athlete is able to recover from training sessions, and avoid injury. Athlete’s who suffer from overtraining become fatigued, tired, and lethargic.
One of the key reasons for planning a training year is to ensure you are planning to avoid overtraining. Overtraining leads to poor performance and leads to injuries, particularly overuse injuries
Planning to Avoid Overtraining – HSC PDHPE